Chapter 7. Debugging CORS requests

This chapter covers

  • Using network sniffers like Wireshark to view network traffic
  • Using curl to make an HTTP request
  • Debugging requests from mobile devices
  • Getting more help on CORS-related questions

Suppose that, using the guidance from the previous chapters, you now have a working CORS server with a web page that makes CORS requests. You fire up your server, visit your web page...and nothing happens. Now what?

Up until this point, we’ve focused on how to build a working CORS server implementation. But what happens when things go wrong? Over the course of developing any application, things inevitably go wrong and need to be debugged. You may be building a CORS server, and find that requests aren’t ...

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